Join an Exciting Journey with New ROADS!
Are you ready to be part of an expanding, vibrant team of professionals dedicated to providing innovative Alcohol and Other Drug (AOD) services? We are seeking a dedicated Counsellor/Case Manager to join our team.
What We Offer
- Dynamic 1:1 counselling, group work, case management, and residential rehabilitation
- A chance to excel and provide top-tier support in our rehabilitation services
- Permanent Part Time role (3 days a week)
- Deliver transformative AOD services for residential clients and outpatient counselling
- Supporting people who are accessing our AOD residential programs to make long term, healthy changes in their lives
- Developing partnerships with the community to create better outcomes for clients and drive referrals into the service
- Breaking down the stigma associated with AOD and mental health issues
- Bachelor qualification or above in Social Work, Psychology, or related field
- Experience in intensive support, counselling, and case management
- Multidisciplinary and integrated approach expertise
- Strong relationship-building skills
- Engagement with diverse clients, community groups, and agencies
Uniting Communities is a leading, inclusive not-for profit community services organisation working alongside more than 80,000 South Australians each year to reduce inequality, improve wellbeing, overcome disadvantage and support people to live the best lives they can. We value diversity and are committed to providing respectful, accessible services.
About the Benefits
- In addition to your salary you can package up to $15,900 per year pre tax and additionally a $2,650 Meals and Entertainment card.
- To see how this could potentially benefit your take home pay, visit our salary packaging provider - Access Pay
- Paid Maternity Leave
- Early Intervention Physio Program
- Discounted Private Health Insurance
Check out our additional benefits at www.unitingcommunities.org
Please click 'Apply Now' to submit your application.
Apply early; closing date subject to change.
As an organisation, we are committed to protecting children, young people and vulnerable adults. All staff are required to work within our code of conduct and undergo relevant pre-employment checks.